Bitsy's Bait and BBQ

Bitsy's Bait and BBQ

by Pamela Morsi
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Bitsy's Bait and BBQ 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My first Morsi book and now I am hooked.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No, his story is really good!!! I know silver might also place.
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TxAgMom More than 1 year ago
This charming story of a woman who makes a purchase off the internet is upbeat and funny. The ways of people in the small town community are easy for me to identify, since I live and work in a small community. Katy's struggles to start a bar-be-que business, and the mistakes she makes are funny. A sweet ending to her struggles puts a smile on your face
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this novel and enjoyed it. It was cute and a bit predictable, but I would recommend it to anyone who likes light-hearted romance stories. I liked it better than Cotton Queen (which I read first).
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bitsy's Bait and BBQ is a cute novel about packing up and starting over, about finding the good in every situation. The small town of Warbler Lake provides an ideal backdrop for Katy and Emma to learn the truth about growing up, falling in love, and each other. It is heartwarming to watch the locals take them under their wings and accept them into their family so quickly, and when ex-husband Sean and his mother come to town, the end 'while less than suprising' is certainly welcomed.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Emma Collins doubts her ancient car will make it, but she, her sister Katy Dodson, and her six years old nephew Josh are heading to Bitsy¿s B&B in the Ozark Mountains because her enthusiastic dingbat sibling bought the ¿combined business¿ using her divorce settlement money over the Internet. When they arrive at Warbler Lake, Missouri, they learn that B&B does not mean bed and breakfast, but stands for bait and barbeque. Even worse the place is a dump near nowhere and all their money is sinking into worms and breakfast. Though she loves Katy and adores Josh, Emma looks forward to returning to her life as she dreams of returning to college, but will help her blood relatives settle into their new lives. She plans to stay for now helping Katy make a success of the business and a home for Josh. When Katy¿s ex-husband hedonistic Sean arrives demanding custody of their offspring, Emma knows she has her sister¿s back even if college never comes --- This is a fun contemporary tale starring two sisters, a nephew, a former spouse with a secret agenda, a town of eccentrics, and a variety of nightcrawlers (worms that is). The amusing story line grips the audience better than a hook grips fish due to the sundry cast who make for a fine read as everyone delightfully contrasts with the serious minded Emma. Pamela Morsi provides a wonderful gateway to the Ozarks. --- Harriet Klausner